Listen Up: Why We Should All Go to Austin—and Listen to Tamar Adler's Kitchen Tips
On the mind this week: vacations and overflowing farmers’ markets. So let’s talk about Austin, Texas—SXSW made us miss the city, if not the festival—and just in time for spring produce, the totally brilliant Tamar Adler drops by to chat about how she turns even the most boring things (parsley stems!) into delicious dishes and what we can look for her in her upcoming book, Something Old, Something New.
Also, don’t forget to grab our next #ReadingThings pick, Saint Mazie by Jami Attenberg. We’ll be talking about on May 29th, maybe over a Memorial Day beer.
On our always-timely Austin favorites...
Shop: Kick Pleat, Stag Provisions, Outdoor Voices, Canoe Goods, Miranda Bennett, Growing Jewelry, and ByGeorge.
You can pre-order Tamar’s latest book Something Old, Something New, in which she rescues old-school recipes from oblivion with modern updates.
Want more Tamar-style thoughts on cooking? Check out her favorite text, How to Cook a Wolf by M.F.K. Fisher.
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